Paul Bobrowicz

Born on June 19, 1937 in Springfield, Massachusetts
Departed July 17, 2022 in Palm Bay, Florida

Paul Bobrowicz, 85, of Melbourne Beach, Fla passed peacefully on July 17. He was born to Sadie Hyziak and Raymond S Bobrowicz Sr on June 19,1937 in Springfield, MA.

Paul leaves behind his wife of 57 years, Joan A Pappelardo, married on May 22,1965. A daughter Frances H Slusars, a son-in-law Edward F Slusars, two Grandchildren Corey E Slusars and Bradley P Slusars with whom he loved very much. A brother Raymond S Bobrowicz Jr and a sister Rose Daly, along with nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was preceded by his sisters Mary Fiore and Helen Kaminski.

Paul attended Trade High School and after graduation he enlisted into the Air Force. Four years later he was honorably discharged and returned to Springfield to work at Moore Drop Forge/ Danaher Tools until he retired and moved to Melbourne Beach Fla.

He was always a sweet and caring man. Loved to tell jokes, trivia, and stories. Very competitive. All Around Athlete !! He played Class A fast pitch softball. Played catcher on the all-star team for the Air Force and back in Springfield played for Local 57. Got to play against Eddie Feigner (King and his court) and his team won. Paul also played Semi-Pro football for Springfield Acorns in Pynchon Park.
Later on he Umpired Class A fast pitch, coached a co-ed softball team and refereed basketball for Springfield Park and Recreation.

He will be greatly missed by all !! A memorial ceremony will be held at the Massachusetts Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery in Agawam in August.

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14 entries.
Albert C.Kalmbach from Spfld.,Ma wrote on July 24, 2022:
Dear Joan and Family.very sorry for your loss, I have many special memories of Paul. May he Rest In Peace.
Paul and Anne Basile from Longmeadow, MA wrote on July 24, 2022:
Joanie and Frances. So sorry to hear about Paul. I remember all the great softball games we umpired. I hope to see you at the memorial. Our thoughts are with you all. Paul and Anne.
John Donnellan from West Springfield wrote on July 23, 2022:
Dear Joanie and family, I’m sorry for your loss. I will fondly remember Paulie as a kind and thoughtful person with a great sense of humor.Thoughts are with you as you mourn.
John & JoAnn Meunier from Longmeadow, MA wrote on July 23, 2022:
So many years have gone by Joan, so sorry to hear about Paul our condolences from Johnny and I to you and your Family, Sincerely always, The Meunier Family (Includes MiMi too)
Elizabeth Gallagher and Stephen Gallagher from Melbourne Beach, Florida wrote on July 21, 2022:
May Paul rest in peace and may his family know that we share in their sadness.
Mary Jane Bazin from Daytona Beach wrote on July 20, 2022:
May his life be a blessing!!!! Love you, Paul. 😇
Jeff and Sheila Tyre from Melbourne Beach wrote on July 20, 2022:
Paul will be missed and we loved him as if he was part of our own family! Will miss his favorite Saying (cut the shit) and he was the best whistler... Love always, Jeff and Sheila
Liane Brito from Melbourne wrote on July 19, 2022:
I am honored to have met Paul and call him my friend. I met him in Melbourne Beach in 2014. I heard someone whistling everyday and had no idea who that was. Then I saw that man on a bike. He was Paul. We made friends. I listened to his stories, his trivia’s, and he asked questions about my family and always prayed for me. We became very good friends. I love Paul. Sending him prayers. Love to Joannie, Francis, and the boys. Liane
Douglas and Yvonne Dering wrote on July 19, 2022:
Sending thoughts and prayers of peace and comfort
Ann-Marie, Tony, and Antonio Commisso from Melbourne Beach wrote on July 19, 2022:
We will miss you Uncle Paul! We will especially miss your jokes, trivia and company!
Tom Small from Westspringfield wrote on July 19, 2022:
I'm so very sorry to hear this about Pauley he was a great man God Bless you all
Siobhan Swinchatt from Cheshire wrote on July 19, 2022:
I’m glad he is at peace. Sending loving thoughts to all of you in your time of sorrow!
Kurt Bober from Durham wrote on July 19, 2022:
Fran, so sorry to hear of your dads passing. I’m glad you both got some quality time to spend together this spring/summer. He was a very interesting person, who could tell the best stories. If anyone was in a bad mood, your dad would have them laughing within 5 mins. I know my life was better after meeting him. I also know, he was very proud, of you and your boys. Give your mom a hug for me, and now I owe you, about 20 zillion of them. He was a good family man, that led a great life, and will be remembered for bringing good and happiness to this world. They certainly don’t make them like they used to. Rest In Peace my friend! ❤️
nancy snyder from port orange fl wrote on July 19, 2022:
you will be sadly missed ! thanks for being a great father figure and kind human being . we will miss your jokes and words of wisdom!

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